Windows 10 21H1 will be the next version of the system and will arrive with improvements in the performance and security of web connections
The new version of one of the most important security protocols for the web
The TLS or Transport Layer Security protocol is the cryptographic protocol that we use mostly when browsing the Internet. Basically, it is the security layer that operating systems, applications, and browsers use when we do things like sending an email, make purchases online or send information from our credit cards.
The most recent version of the protocol is TLS 1.3, but despite taking a couple of years since it was presented as the new official standard, one that is more secure, faster, and more private than TLS 1.2, it was not yet officially supported by Windows 10.
With version 20H1 this will change, and finally, TLS 1.3 on both client and server-side will be supported by the system. This is something that should make all web connections made from Windows 10 more private, faster, and secure.
If everything continues as before, in May 2021 we should start receiving a new Windows 10 update. One that is probably smaller than usual and that will be activated through an enabler package as happened with the Windows 10 October 2020 Update or Windows 10 20H2.